45.72m 150 ft | 1981 / 2018 | 11 Guests | 5 Cabins | 10 Crew
DOJO has completed substantial refits / rebuild from 2016 through to 2018 and now represents a unique opportunity to purchase a classic pedigree Feadship with all the features of a much newer yacht. She is without question one of the best rebuilds of this classic era of Feadship.
DOJO’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 11 guests. Her main saloon and adjoining dining area offer a modern décor with subtle tones mixed with dark woods and plenty of natural light.
Five luxury en suite cabins can be found on board, including a full beam Master and a double VIP guest cabin situated on the main deck, as well as a VIP, a double and a twin with an additional Pullman berth on the lower deck. DOJO can also welcome 10 crew members in five cabins.
DOJO’s decks are equally impressive, offering both lounging and dining options whether on the main deck, bridge deck or the sun deck. A seated bar can be found on the sun deck and offers stunning panoramic views while her brand new swimming platform provides easy access to the water.
Twin 935hp Caterpillar engines allow for a maximum speed of approximately 15 knots with impressively low engine hours and a range of 5,200 nm. DOJO has always been privately owned and has very low levels of use. Carefully maintained and serviced over the years, she has always been kept to the highest standards and viewing is highly recommended.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||45.72m 150 ft|
|Beam||7.72m 25 ft|
|Draft||2.50m 8 ft|
|Exterior designer||Bannenberg & Rowell Design|
|interior designers||Jon Bannenberg, Howard & Horsfield|
|Year||1981 | 2018 REFITTED|
|Construction||Steel + Aluminium|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar (932HP)|
|Cruising speed||13.5 Knots|
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